American football is known to be fiercely competitive on the field, but a new recycling challenge has been able to direct that rivalry off the field towards sustainability.
Football’s governing body, FIFA, has announced that the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow has passed the BREEAM international certificate awarded to sustainable buildings.
The famous Lake Tahoe resorts in California will be the first ski facilities in the US to operate on 100 percent renewable energy, eliminating emissions which would be a threat to the industry’s future.
Vans’ corporate headquarters located in Costa Mesa, California have received a LEED platinum certification- one of the highest standards for sustainable buildings in the world.
The World Rowing Federation has become the first global sports body to make a commitment to protect UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites.
The Seattle Seahawks have partnered with Delta Airlines to offset all carbon emissions from the air miles the American football team travelled during the 2017 season.
The Professional Golf Association (PGA) in the United States has released its first report into the body’s social and environmental impact.
The American National Football League (NFL) is pledging that Super Bowl LII will be a zero-waste event for yet another year, perpetuating its green legacy.
A research centre in Finland has examined how solar technologies can reduce energy consumption in indoor swimming pools and practice indoor ice rinks, which are among the most energy intensive sport halls.
The Petco Park, home of the California-based baseball team San Diego Padres, has commissioned the construction of the largest solar installation in Major League Baseball setting an example for low-carbon sport.
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